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  1. I mentioned it because of the comparison between L24/S20 in racing. Not really relevant but I know what I’d go with based on what I mentioned. Carry on no need to get hurt. Unrelated, but your brown hornet was the main reference for my 240z engine bay...not the Rebello. Love that Z ?
  2. Motor was dyno'd at 301hp/269tq
  3. OS Giken dual cam setup as the ultimate s30 setup for me. I have 3.0L Rebello now and can’t imagine how much better that would be.
  4. @CanTechZ @SteveJ Thank you!
  5. @SteveJ Not the same car, this is a 432R. This is an upcoming Auction. @Wheee! Try this link. https://www.thedrive.com/news/31176/this-1970-nissan-fairlady-z432r-could-become-the-most-expensive-z-car-ever-sold
  6. Not sure if anyone posted already but this is the Holy Grail https://bhauction.com/en/auction/tokyo-terrada-january/lots/432-r?fbclid=IwAR0NORSoNVqMksaM2hI3-_C_ksFqnrU54uvgRRnyqVetjCFLoxAYbYuanGc
  7. Thank you, Carl. I owned for about a year then sold it to a guy in the Netherlands.
  8. Yes, 225/50/15. I have not lowered or modified the suspension. Thank you
  9. Thank you. 15x8 0 offset stock ride height
  10. I have been the owner of this 240z for the past 3 years. I've made some improvements to the car and its a joy to own. I ended up buying it's older vin twin (1 vin lower) a few years later and had them together in the garage. That was a cool thing to see. Full Brand New Fujitsubo Headers and exhaust system. Brand New Old Stock 40PHH Mikuni Triple Carbs Brand New set of Watanabe Wheels Some New Old Stock OEM parts throughout the car. Here are some pictures of it now.
  11. Wondering if the Datsun Spirit built stroked motors have the same “diesel” like sound at idle like the Rebello built motors do? Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  12. Great guy. He came over to my house about 15 years ago to help me with an issue I was having with my Z. I only spoke to him one time on the forum before he offered his help. Thank you again, Victor. RIP Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  13. There's one in Los Angeles but it's priced high. https://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/cto/d/datsun-240z-classic-for-sale/6392489577.html
  14. Just called Pacesetter who manufactured the headers on my Z and they do offer them so I'll give it a try.
  15. Agreed, although I have seen ones before that looked like they were manufactured so thought I'd ask. Thank you
  16. Does anyone have a source for stepped washers to properly mount an intake manifold / header when there is a flange thickness difference? I've added a picture as an example. I know one can be filed down but just wondering if there is a ready source with different step lengths that can be ordered.
  17. $36k 280z had a radio delete plate, 20k more miles and the night picture of it in the parking lot looks like a $12k condition car. It was a very nice Z but the differences in pricing I see on BAT just don’t make sense. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  18. How is this 76 worth $20,500 more? Color? The color would not demand that much of a difference although it can impact price but not that much of a gap unless it was a extremely rare color which doesn’t apply to the Z market. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1976-datsun-280z-3/ Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  19. I think it’s a $30k+ car today. Good luck with the sale. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  20. Not really "NOS" since they have fully restored them. I believe they are also listed on eBay Thanks for the heads up..
  21. Beautiful Z! Good luck with the sale. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  22. https://jalopnik.com/yokohama-brings-back-a-1980s-tire-so-you-can-make-your-1819844548 Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  23. Man, nothing is a secret or a find anymore. Not only are they a challenge to buy because of the market, the word spreads instantaneously. I get it but it’s frustrating. Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
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